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. the conservative columnist charles krauthaummer is driving the same thing now. it is still really senator john mccain. over the past week senator john mccain made six different television appearances just to ta talk about the benghazi attack and obama administration cover-up of the attack making his case over and over and over again to any blinking red light within sight about how benghazi should not be viewed as an attack on a u.s. consulate but instead be viewed as a democratic lie. an obama scandal. the senate needs more information about this blatant cover-up, says john mccain. john mccain needs more information. this, for example, is john mccain convening a press conference yesterday morning denouncing the scandal that congress is not being given enough information about this horrible scandal that he can't get any answers on. while john mccain was demanding answers at this press conference, that he convened yesterday morning, some of this colleagues, from a committee that he's a member of, were getting answers. on the subject that he was so mad about. john mccain was missing a three-hour hig
is representative john heck and peter king. here is their interpretation of the closed door hearings. >> the initial talking points put together in unclassified format at the house intelligence committee initially did state that al qaeda affiliated groups were involved. however, by the time we understand that went through its editing process after it left langley that reference was taken out. >> the fact is the best estimate of the intelligence community on september 15th and 16th was that there was direct al qaeda involvement. that was taken out. to me, again, if i had to presume i would say it was somebody in the administration had to have taken it out. because there was nobody in the director of national intelligence office. nobody in the cia that did it. so, it was someone else that did it. >> someone in the administration. if you go to the front page of foxnews.com right now you will see the big story on there that's racing raising the question in that piece. we will be speaking to peter king to try to figure out who the administration got the intelligence information their hands and said, okay
, neil. david petraeus investigation has now included e-mails from general john allen. the man who took over for david petraeus back in july 2011. allen is said to have engaged in inappropriate communication with the very tampa woman who received threatening e-mails from petraeus' former lover that triggered the fbi investigation. you cannot make it up, can you? john bolton joins us now from houston. what are they doing? i want to ask the obvious. >> that is beyond me. i really cannot understand what is happening. it is interesting that a number of generals are getting thrown under the bus. it is not like it is something serious like community organizers. dagen: in terms of, what is the most critical thing out of this scandal? the fact that the focus is now off of benghazi? we can go through the timeline of who knew what and when in the administration and various forms of government, but is it the fact that our focus has completely shifted away from what happened in libya? >> well, yes, but i think the two are related. the most important fact here that has been resorted to by "wall stre
line the president has them over a barrel. >> john, i think they will kick it down the road. an interim deal that simply post bones all of the elements of the fiscal cliff for three months. and gym baker of two admissions pointed that out. >> that's possible. that's the habit in washington is never to take a problem on. however, after an election like this one, the republicans are really in trouble. they know it. they are reeling with the results. the mitt telephone telephone calls to the donors, all this stuff that's going on, has them back on their heels. and i have a feeling they would like to make a deal with the fear that if there is no deal, the media and obama have the upper hand and are going to put all the blame on the republicans like they did in '94 with the government shut down that cost us a lot. and the public wants a deal. they ought to make a deal. the public supports raising tax rates on the rich. get it done and let's move on. >> pat, what about a compromise that looks like this. we around going to raise the marginal raise on high income earners, but we will make them
, president obama landed at john f. kennedy airport, still seen in the wake of superstorm sandy. connell: in queens, new york -- >> in the heart of becoming the biggest dump in the new york city area, we are looking at jacob riis park which is the beach community, and breezy point, whole neighborhoods and business districts, a dozen towns ending up here, this is two stories high. it is the weight of the empire state building. and wraparound rear 33 times. and running this operation, you are the first responders. >> we were geared when we knew -- we are ready to roll from the get go. >> how does this compare to katrina and 9/11? >> i work 9/11, logistically it was a recovery operation. logistically the scale is not a comparison. >> it is already a challenge to get garbage and debris and of the peninsula, certainly at long island and when the power gets back up. and the first file created here out of the dozen or so, we are seeing furniture basically personal items from households with a crane is working. >> the walls and mementos and photos, and sitting in these files. >> and white where
. first sergeant john bolda and his daughter, ten-year-old maggie who helped arrange for her dad a welcome home assembly at the school. what an honor for us. we have been talking about your story on fox for the the last few days and it's just wonderful to see you in person. you're so cute. i love your dress. >> thank you. >> ainsley: maggie, tell me how you organized this and what that day was like when your daddy came home on halloween. >> oh, well, it was really -- i don't know. >> ainsley: it was special. >> it was special. >> ainsley: everyone getting together. >> yeah, it was, it was really like exciting and you could feel, like 0 that everyone was excited for the homecoming. >> ainsley: i'm sure. and what was it like for you to come see your daughter and all of her friends supporting you, the whole school. >> yeah, certainly was, it was overwhelming, coming from such a small community to have the amount of support that we were shown that day was, it was overwhelming. >> ainsley: did you ever expect all of this to get the national coverage. >> absolutely not. >> ainsley: you deserve i
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